- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... just started talking a mile a minute about anything and everything before he strategically placed us in the bus with four people on a bench for three and one person sitting on a garden chair in the trunk. Right away we all knew that today would be exciting and fast paced with Bata's excitement rubbing off on all of us.
The first part of the tour was a bit uncomfortable physically, which was Bata's intention. The bus was overcrowded and hot, but he kept driving ...
... chicken schnitzel with cheese and ham inside - not quite the authentic or different local cuisine I was hoping to try) for 16 BM. And Denny had seafood - as he will at any opportunity, and as we had passed the mussel and oyster farms just up the road, I am sure it was fresh. The kids meals were more than enough, and we got the doggy bags for them for later.
Unfortunately, the heat of the day about 33C and the lack of breeze for a while, caught up with Keith ...
... the two sides of the city. The university continues to hold classes, but must do so in private homes.
Mostar came under the administration of the European Union (EU) in June 1994. ...
Our last stop was to visit the town of Pocitelj which sits along the Neretva River. We climbed up to the fort for a great view and stimulated the economy by loading up on fresh fruit and water for the drive back. The return trip to Dubrovnik was just as scenic as the drive to Bosnia. The landscape is mountainous and green which wasn't what I was expecting. This was such a terrific experience and allowed me to peek into a country I know so ...
... from gunfire and remains of busted land mines. It was another great day. Our experience of Bosnia was of course so influenced by our accommodation, Almir was wonderful. And I made sure to write a lovely review about him and his hostel on hostel world as well as sending him a thank you email. The actual city of Mostar was small but so picturesque, the bridge was stunning and we heard many stories about the history of people jumping off the bridge. If ...